TechNOW with John Proctor, Cyber Security, VP, CGI: Reputational risk: What are your views?
November 18, 2014

TechNOW with John Proctor, Cyber Security, VP, CGI: Reputational risk

Cyber-attacks are more and more prevalent and sophisticated. As organizations develop new security mechanisms, cyber criminals are cultivating new techniques.. 

Cyber risk is an ever-growing concern for businesses, as data breaches make headlines. There are significant associated financial and reputational costs.

In this video, John Proctor, Global VP, Cyber Security, CGI, offers perspectives on reputational risk and organizational brand.

John Proctor, VP, Global Cyber Security, is responsible for CGI’s global security portfolio and overall cyber strategy, which involves CGI’s 1200+ security professionals around the world, and is also accountable globally for Commercial Managed Security Services for CGI. John is based at the Canadian Security Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Ottawa, which comprises over 200 security and privacy professionals, a 24/7/365 Security Operations Centre and one of three accredited security evaluation test centres in Canada. The CoE delivers security and privacy services to Canadian and global organizations, including a large number of Canada’s major corporations, financial institutions, Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments.

With over 22 years of experience in the British and Canadian forces prior to joining the private sector, John is a qualified Intelligence Officer, HUMINT operator, Hostage/Crisis Negotiator, has served as aircrew flying helicopters in the Royal Navy, and spent six years working with Canadian Special Forces. John draws upon his unique technical background mixed with his individual and organizational behaviour expertise to support the people and organizational pillars in cyber security and privacy.

Known for his ability to communicate effectively with both a technical and a business audience, John has quickly become one of CGI’s global cyber security subject matter experts and is a sought after speaker at numerous industry conferences and CGI client events. John is a member of the Department of Foreign Affairs ICT Advisory Board, is CGI’s advisor to the Canadian Council for Chief Executives Cyber Security Advisory Council and is a panel member for the Canadian Cyber Security Network for Innovation under the Networks of Centres of Excellence.

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